A 24-year-old Virginia woman allegedly driving drunk in New Jersey over the weekend smashed into two parked cars, then switched sweats with her also allegedly drunk friend, who crashed into another two vehicles, authorities say.
Officers responding to a 911 call in Hoboken early Saturday found Jamila Banks, of Alexandria, Virginia, in the front passenger seat of her SUV. Janelle Green, a 23-year-old from Newark, was behind the wheel.
Police say both women reeked of alcohol and reported that they had been at a club. They allegedly told cops they were trying to figure out who was "less drunk" and who could drive; both were over the legal limit -- one had a blood alcohol level of 0.17 and the other had one of 0.14, though cops didn't specify who was "more drunk." They banged up the SUV so bad they couldn't drive it.
Cops say they damaged four vehicles -- three Hondas and one Nissan. No injuries were reported in any of the crashes.
An attempt to launch Russia's first ever postal drone ended in embarrassment - when it crashed into a wall and shattered.
The tiny aircraft was supposed to deliver a small package in the Siberian city of Ulan-Ude yesterday.
But things went badly wrong when the unmanned drone was smashed to pieces at an event supposed to showcase a new way of delivering mail.
The test was carried out in the sparsely populated Buryatia region, which is more than 4,400 km east of Moscow.
Video footage shows the drone lifting off from a miniature launch pad bearing Russian Post's blue and white logo, buzzing through the air for several seconds before crashing into a three-storey residential building.
Pete Hegseth: "Welcome back. A quick head lines four. Maryland man pledging allegiance to ISIS will spend 20 years in prison. He pleaded guilty receiving $9,000 from the terrorist group in 2015 to carry out a future attack here in the U.S. His sentence will be followed by 15 years of hopefully highly supervised release two surviving members of a ISIS beheading game now whining they won’t get a fair trial. The jury or judge is going to come to a decision that’s already been influenced. It’s too late. Pete: I’m sure the guys whose heads were cut off didn’t get a fair trial. The taste cell was dubbed the beatles because of British accents. They are accused of killing and torturing hostages including journalists. Backed by forces inside Syria."
Two children tried to steal a pizza delivery car in Florida but failed after finding out the car was equipped with a manual transmission. Rojelio Sebastian, 14, and Miguel Garcia, 12, were arrested after attempting to steal a Domino’s delivery car earlier in March, Fox News reported Saturday. Issac Javier Ortez, the Domino’s delivery driver, was bringing a pizza to Garcia’s neighbors house and left his car with the keys in the ignition in the driveway while he walked to the door to deliver the pizza. The neighbor told Ortez that he never ordered a pizza. As the two spoke, Ortez heard his car engine revving and saw the two kids with their faces covered trying to get away in his car, mentioning they were struggling with the stick shift.
“They came out and say we no order any pizza, but when they tell me that I hear my car in the driveway make a big noise,” Ortez told NBC 2. “When they go back to get the first gear, they cannot drive,” the pizza delivery driver said. “They look like little kids,” Ortez said. “I say they look like babies.” Sheriffs deputies from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office found the two boys hours later walking on railroad tracks nearby. Deputies also found a pipe on Garcia and charged him with “possession of drug equipment.” The two boys were both arrested for “grand theft auto and possession of burglary tools.” Garcia has previously been charged with driving without a license after taking his mother’s car without permission in November.
Even as Christians around the globe continue to celebrate Easter festivities, a Kenyan lawyer is fighting tooth and nail at the corridors of international courts, seeking to justice for Jesus christ, over what he terms in his petition as malicious and inhumane crucification of the son of God.
According to lawyer Dola Indidis, it is his responsibility to uphold the dignity of Jesus in what he termed a selective prosecution of jesus christ where his human rights were violated through judicial misconduct, abuse of office and prejudice. The state of Israel and Italy have been mentioned in the lawsuit as the defendants.
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Four men have been fined a combined sum of more than £1,500 after risking their lives climbing the Humber Bridge in Hull.
A series of death-defying videos were posted online, showing thrill-seekers climbing, and sometimes even performing handstands, at the top of the 30-metre high structure.
But now, two groups of daredevil climbers have been fined for their potentially dangerous actions.
Jay Swingler, Axel Grassi-Havnen, Peter George Taylor and Jesal Parshotan have all been subjects of legal action by the Humber Bridge Board and were all fined at hearings at Hull Magistrates Court last week.
Vloggers Swingler and Grassi-Havnen, both of Birmingham, climbed the bridge on Wednesday, July 26 last year, having worked their way around security fencing.